Apple’s iPhone 11 event just finished. And if you missed out on the keynote, there’s a lot of things you missed out on. The company not only announced three new iPhones, but there was news about its new services, as well as a lot of other hardware. So here’s a handy little list of everything Apple announced today:
- iPhone 11: New iPhone 11 line comes with a focus on improved cameras:
- iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max succeed the iPhone XS line with three cameras at the back, with a new ultra-wide lens, with a new Deep Fusion and Night Mode camera modes. You can now reframe videos on the fly, and get better Face ID performance on the device. There’s also the new A13 processor which is the fastest CPU and GPU on smartphones ever. It’s also more durable, comes with a more powerful Type-C power adapter out of the box, and now has a new matte finish. There’s a new Midnight Green variant, too.
- The regular iPhone 11 (succeeding the iPhone XR) comes with a second camera at the back, allowing for optical zoom and improved Portrait Mode. Also features the A13 processor, and a new green and purple finish. The selfie camera has been upgraded to a 12MP lens, too.
- Apple Watch Series 5: The new Apple Watch comes with a new always-on display and a built-in compass. It’s now available in a new titanic finish, along with the classic ceramic finish.
- New entry-level iPad: Apple is replacing the classic 9.7-inch iPad with a new 10.2-inch iPad. The new entry-level iPad comes with support for Apple’s smart connector so you can attach a keyboard to the tablet, but that’s about it.
- Apple Arcade: Apple’s game subscription service is coming next week for $4.99 a month with a number of exclusive games.
- Apple TV+: Apple’s video streaming service is launching this November in more than 100 countries for $4.99 a month.
- iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, watchOS 6: Apple’s new operating system updates are almost ready for the public. The company will release iOS 13 on September 19 (followed by iOS 13.1 on September 30), iPadOS on September 30, macOS Catalina in October, and watchOS 6 on September 19.
So yes, that’s pretty much it. Make sure to check out our full coverage for more detail on all these new products.